While Bradley Manning was found not guilty of Aiding the Enemy, he was found guilty of most other charges.
Bradley Manning, suspected of giving a number of confidential documents to Wikileaks, was award 112 days of “prison credit” after being poorly treated during his jail time at a Virginia facility.
Hacktivist Christopher Weatherhead was convicted today of “conspiracy to impair” the operations of a number of payments companies in 2010.
Founder Julian Assange asked President Obama today to “renounce [the United States'] witch hunt” against Wikileaks, the website that published a number of sensitive U.S. diplomatic cables. The speech comes soon after being granted asylum in Ecuador in the midst of his trial for Swedish sex-crimes.
Julian Assange, the famed creator of Wikileaks, was granted asylum in Ecuador today, after fleeing to the country’s embassy in London in June.